There's a scene at the end, where family and friends are gathered after Debbie was awarded a lifetime achievement award by the Screen Actors Guild. Carrie asks Debbie if she'd like to get another lifetime achievement award. Debbie responds that she can't answer because she will have gone on. Then she says, "You don't get a chance to have a moment like this very often. Not like any moment...it's its own special moment." It's a sweet moment with Debbie, Carrie and Carrie's brother Todd.
There are a lot of laughs in the movie--Carrie was very funny. Debbie too. There's a scene where Carrie's working out with a personal trainer in preparation for Star Wars VII. Carrie's on an elliptical and she muses:
If you die when you're fat, are you a fat ghost? Or, do you go back to a flattering time?Hmm. Good question.
If you can catch this on HBO, I do recommend it. It was an interesting glimpse into their lives and relationship and I'm so sorry they're both gone. Variety's review says it best: "Watching “Bright Lights,” it doesn’t seem too much of a stretch to presume that they’re still together, and always will be, holding up their mirrors of love."